Biker thanks paramedics

A Chirnside motorbike rider who almost died after crashing has praised the two paramedics who saved his life.
Michael Hallsworth was rescued when a fast-acting team from the Scottish Ambulance Service dashed to the Kelso crash scene and re-inflated his lungs, enabling him to breathe.
The retired electrical supervisor spent six days in hospital after the incident on July 17, which left him with a broken shoulder blade, broken ribs and a collapsed lung.
“When I woke up in hospital the next day, the doctors said if not for the intervention of the paramedics, I would not have survived. I was... read more

 
27 September 2018 in Regional North East, Views: 18
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